Assistive technology which helps disabled people communicate and perform other daily functions can be very expensive if commercially purchased. However makers can usually design cost-effective substitutions that make a dramatic positive change in people’s lives. Here makers from SparkFun working with a speech and language pathologist to create a proximity switch so someone can use iOS switch control on an iPad for a fraction of the cost of a commercially made device.
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